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live." >> bruno marsc is here and george lois and sophia vegara who beared the 60-degree cold. >> i cannot feel my foes. -- my. >> i will feel them for you. >> i bet. jimmy kimmle live is right >>> a public memorial will be held for the petaluma teen who disappeared after a new year's eve music festival in south lake tahoe. alyssa burns' body was found by a utility worker last friday in a snow bank not far from the snow globe music festival she attended. an autopsy did not determine the cause of death. sheriff deputies are now waiting for toxicology results. that could take up to six weeks. the public memorial is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. tomorrow at casa grande high school. her family is asking those who attend to wear pink, her favorite color. >>> well, people in alyssa's hometown learned she was missing in part because of the efforts of a man known as petaluma batman. you are about to see why they call him that and what he does to help others. sergio you talked to this real life caped crusader. he may make people chuckle, but he tries to do some good. >> this just the last month i
in san francisco and lois figueroa and thank you for the work that you do on behalf of the communities and of course you recognize the american aids project. [applause] to borrow from the president's words and our san francisco and our bay area community moves forward because of you. we move forward because of you, and the honorees and your work that rerecognize tonight and recognizes the triumph that left from depression to the greatest heights of hope. the belief that each of us will pursue our dreams we are a san francisco, a bay area family and we rise or fall together as one nation and one people, and so i would like to invite up to the stage to receive what we present in recognition of this important event lynn hunt, the ceo -- [applause] -- of the indian health center of santa clara county. on behalf of mayor lee and recognizing and honor of the committee we would like to say on resolve on behalf of the mayor and city and county of san francisco we recognize this as national indian month here in san francisco. [applause] >> smoky bay singers. two starts, napsters. two start
damon, we ran out of time. tomorrow night sofia vergara, and george lois. stay tunes for nightline! goodnight! >>> tonight on "nightline," femme fatale? a petite 32-year-old charged with stabbing, shooting and slashing her one-time boyfriend. her shocking web of lies, and the other man in her life. >>> hard knocks. the nfl superstar and family man whose suicide shocked the nation, and now an alarming discovery. is the game to blame? tonight junior seau's family speaks out for the first time. >>> they're here. the official oscar nominees. the young, the old, the shoo-ins, the surprises. who ended up in the snubbed >>> this is "nightline" with terry moran. >> hello, everyone. i'm terry moran. glad you're with us tonight. we're going to bring you the latest in the twisted tale of love turned deadly, centered around a young woman accused of stabbing, shooting and slashing her one-time boyfriend. as the gruesome details of this crime have been exposed in court, the bizarre turns just keep oncoming, including explosive testimony from the other man in her life. abc's ryan owens brings us
like retiree, lois, who relies on this market. her patrons can choose what they want and as much as they want for free. >> it's exciting, because you don't have to go in your purse and decide whether you can eat. >> i'm a depression baby. we don't waste things. we eat leftovers too. >> in just 11 years, this team has harvested more than 14 million pounds of produce. the concept is simple. hire skilled fieldworkers at higher than average wages and get local farms to each donate a couple rows of crops that would otherwise go to waste. today, 75 volunteers package, load and distribute food for senior centers and low-income markets in the region. it's all part of the clinton foundation's health matters initiative, which strives to make healthy food accessible to seniors. >> if every farmer in this valley, everyone, just gave one row to this hidden harvest project, then they could feed every needy person that they serve. >> christie porter says rescuing food that would otherwise be plowed over is a win-win. seniors get free, healthy food, and we waste less. >> fresh foods are so much
representatives at that time and the kind of people i hope will be also invited to that. there is lois [inaudible]. lori chan. dan readerrion. richard benon and betty robinson hair scpis elaine merry weather and included as teachers and we hope they're included in the celebrations. the superintendent talked about the problem and the article in the newspaper. rti as far as the union is concerned a very promising and potentially very helpful program. that's underwear time -- i don't want to talk about his underwear and a very promising program. that had a terrible roll out especially in the middle schools. that was the problem. i think the universal screening part of it -- even pearson said it's not intended for middle school and shouldn't be in middle school. i think we need to learn from the failure of that part and move on to what can be a very successful program and finally with regard to the superintendent in baltimore not being responsive i want you to know that the president of the
to yell loy' letter -- yellow alert tomorrow. today 54, at least the way we're going. tonight 235 to 40. tomorrow -- 35 to 40. tomorrow dry in the morning. rain and showers, 51. saturday we'll shoot into the 60s. partly sunny conditions, 64. by sunday 65 to 70. monday we cool down to 60. a front later in the day brings some showers. tuesday back to reality into the 40s with a chance for some rain developing and then again on wednesday. then that's when we're looking at upper 40s. there are signs that next weekend, not this one, next weekend could be sharply colder. it is thursday. that means time for petline 9. joining me today is christine bell from the washington humane society. who is this little guy or gal? >> this is baby. he's a boy. he is about 2 years old. he is a shih tzu mix. >> he's sweet. >> he's very sweet and very cuddly, too. he's available for adoption. >> how long have you had him? >> we've had him for about a month now. he's available for adoption at our georgia avenue facility. >> so somebody goes to the georgia avenue facility. what's the process? >> they would came
. they would only be loy bell if they know or should have known a dangerous dog was being housed on the property. >>> some doctors and drug stores have reported limited supplies of the flu vaccine. 2,000 people have come to the emergency room with flu-like symptoms. it's working with the county to try to contain the outbreak. >> reporter: get the flu mist, the flu shot. we have adequate supply of both. protect yourself. you protect yourself. you protect your family. there are other strategies that i like to emphasize. hand washing. that is important. if someone is ill, stay home from work. >> the health department is offering it friday in the county council cammers -- chambers. >> we're staying on top of this flu outbreak. so you're sneezing. how do you know if you have a cold or the flu. linda so breaks down how to tell the difference. >> reporter: you have a cough, runny knows and congestion. is it the cold or the flu. if it's the flu you may feel fine one hour but it may go downhill the next. >> you can get abrupt onset of a fever, severe cough, joint aches, muscle aches, ches
in around 42 degrees under most loy included yoi -- cloudy skies but we have the snow working et cetera way in here. temperatures at 20 degrees and it's going to be cold and breezy. wind chills in the teens and frigid over the next several days. 24 will be the high temperature by tomorrow. so you can see what i am talking about. the 7-day forecast looks like this as the arctic blast continues to stay in here on wednesday. only about 25 but look at the teens to start the days as we go into thursday and we will be dry. and then we work our way into friday. that's the next chance for snow showers in the forecast. and looking like we dry back out for the weekend. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with mike masco. >> reporter: good morning. it's unreal. 13, 13. that's insane. let's bring you down to the fire. it's not an accident in pasadena, a lot of sirens going on over the last several hours. that's because a fire is ongoing and they have -- the newsroom confirmed that but it's tying things up in pasadena along 225. that's 225th street so be aware of that down on katherine avenue as well
. >> chris and lois, senior political writer for politico. ladies for with you, lois. here's what they said on yesterday's vote. let's take a listen. >> there were a lot of conservatives in the caucus in the house who hate the bill and for good reason. this is a complete surrender on everything. >> do you think this could end up backfiring on the president? perhaps set him up for more fierce push back from republicans? now it went down? >> i don't know about that, but i don't think anybody got anything out of this. they did push the can down the road and now they are going to vote on additional cuts. i think 12 billion in cuts. i think the truth of the matter it this produced very little revenue and the only person who got anything out of it was the president's political operation and he was able to fulfill a promise that said higher taxes on the wealthy. it's not generating any income at all. >> to the extent that something did get done, who gets the credit? is it the vits president who went on capitol hill or leader mcconnell or someone else? >> a lot of credit goes to even vice president
and george lois. apologies to matt damon. we ran out of time. stay tuned for "nightline." >>> tonight on "nightline," calorie confidential. they're cropping up on menus across the country. but just how accurate are those calorie counts? the surprising things you should know before you order. >>> they're gorgeous, they're groomed. >> it has to be nip tucked. >> they're competing for the most coveted title in the land. the high stakes drama behind the scenes at the miss america competition. >>> and cyndi lauper unplugged, from "girls just wanna have fun" rebels, to busy working mom. cyndi lauper on staying edgy while parenting a teenager. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with terry moran. >> hello, i'm terry moran. glad you're with us tonight. well, love 'em or hate 'em, the calorie counts seen on many restaurant menus across the country will soon be going national thanks to a federal law. one of the latest weapons in the war on obesity. they're there to help americans pick healthy choices while dining out. but does all that menu math really add up, or could you be packing in
nolan of minnesota, congresswoman michelle grisham of new mexico, congresswoman lois frankel of florida, and congressman mark pocan of wisconsin. as president obama prepares to be sworn in for a second term on monday he may be confronting a fundamentally different political dynamic in the new congress. just yesterday house republican leaders backed away from threats to use the federal debt ceiling to force cuts in spending agreeing to vote on a new debt limit increase that will last until mid april. the house republicans' new plan would give congress time to pass a budget for the next fiscal year. if no budget is passed house republicans say they'll withhold members' pay. in a statement house majority leader eric cantor said, quote, we must pay our bills and responsibly budget for our future. next week we will authorize a three-month temporary debt increase to give the senate and house time to pass the budget. furthermore if they fail to pass a budget in that time members of congress will not be paid by the american people for failing to do their job. no budget no pay. the president's a
? >> mr. loy? >> who makes this? >> american fittings. >> oh, yeah. e.m.t. only, four-inch, wet location. shows a little u.l. stamp on it. >> i have to add for the small fittings, when you can't put those marks on, you have to go to the box. it says it on the box. >> there's nonmetallic cable for you. it's the white stuff. and the yellow stuff. >> what's the dinches between white and yellow? >> white is 14-gauge wire. in san francisco, it's not used in commercials. the national code it's restricted to type five, wooden construction. >> this gauge up to 15 amp is used for your typical plug loads. >> this wire is used for the laundry, the circuits and the other slightly larger -- >> is there a piece sticking out here? it's noticeably bigger? >> no. not noticeably bigger. >> it has actually multiple conductors in it. three conductors >> three conductors. it's got a white conductor that's called the neutral. a black conductor that's called the ungroud grounded wire, hot wire. and it's got a conductor that's called the ground wire. >> let's take a-- it must take a lot of that wire in the hous
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is fighting for it. >> lois reynolds was a marine in korea and vietnam. allowed to fight but not to have children. >> reynolds and thousands of others the commonwealth deemed defective were sterilized between 1924 and 1979. part of a nationwide eugenics movement even adopted by hitler in an effort to build a superior race. he was labeled epileptic after he was hit in the head and suffered seizures. he was stablesterilized at age 13. >> now a bipartisan bill will pay $50,000 each to surviving victims of forced sterilization. >> let's close this dark chapter in that people move on and let people feel. >> some fear will open the door to all kinds of groups demanding relief and strain the budget. >> the bill allocates a million dollars out of the surplus budget. it is not costing the taxpayers anything. >> his wife left him because she wanted children. his second wife has died leaving him alone and demanding justice. >> i fought for this country. now want to fight for my care. they ought to help me. >> supporters believe there are only a couple hundred survivors left. we should know this sun
tomorrow will be a yell loy alert day -- yellow alert day for the afternoon and evening rain showers that will slow down your commute and maybe interfere if you have any outdoor plans. once that passes the weekend looks good. today 50, chilly, mix of clouds and sun. tonight back in the 30s. afternoon rain or showers tomorrow, 51. but saturday we're going to poke up into the warmer air, 64. sunday 68. locally 70, especially toward fredricksburg and culpeper. by monday, though, a couple of showers, 60. then cooler air back in the 40s tuesday and wednesday look kind of wet around tuesday. 4:47. let's check in with monika with timesaver traffic for you. >>> howard county, old frederick road is currently closed between route 29 and bethany lane because of an accident and downed wire. that's in howard county. let's take you over to virginia first. on the northbound side of i-95, things are looking great from woodbridge to springfield. there are no delays on 395 to the 14th street bridge. let's take a live look outside and show you what the road looks like right now. it's early enough that
ran out of time. tomorrow night sofia vergara, and george lois. stay tunes for nightline! goodnight! >>> tonight on "nightline," femme fatale? a petite 32-year-old charged with stabbing, shooting and slashing her one-time boyfriend. her shocking web of lies, and the other man in her life. >>> hard knocks. the nfl superstar and family man whose suicide shocked the nation, and now an alarming discovery. is the game to blame? tonight junior seau's family speaks out for the first time. >>> they're here. the official oscar nominees. the young, the old, the shoo-ins, the surprises. the young, the old, the shoo-ins, the surprises. who ended up in the snubbed are you flo? yes. is this the thing you gave my husband? well, yeah, yes. the "name your price" tool. you tell us the price you want to pay, and we give you a range of options to choose from. careful, though -- that kind of power can go to your head. that explains a lot. yo, buddy! i got this. gimme one, gimme one, gimme one! the power of the "name your price" tool. only from progressive. >>> this is "nightline" with terry mora
lois acompañantes también se enfrentaron a puños en una lucha callejera, pero el peor momento fue ente la multitud cuando uyn hombre dispara a quema ropa, el disparo fue directo a la cabeza y minutos más tarde pierde la vida. >> en estos momentos pedimos la ayuda del público, si estaban en el club o el área llamen por favor . >> en la imagen se puede observar cuando el presunto homicvida dispara , y el rostro se puede ver, por lo que detectives están optimistas, aún hay sangre y evidencias en la calle, la policía nos dijo que una segunda víctima resultó herida de bala, también otras personas resultaron lesionadas por los golpes que sufrieron durante la pelea . >> gracias salvador, mientras tanto una persecución terminó en una sala de cine en california, un ujeto intentó secuestrara su novia, pero la joven logró escapar y el pistolero la siguió, agnetes lo persiguieron y se desató una balacera, el sospechoso fue arrestado y no hubo lesionados . >> el caos se apoderó de república dominicana, cuando protestaron frente a la sede con botellas, pueden ver las imágenes, un
regarding what lois pointed on. this movement from the people that we may see. >> ask your member of congress if they support universal background checks to keep guns out of the wrong hands. ask them if they support renewing a ban on assault weapons and high capacity magazines f. they say no, ask them why not. ask them what's more important. doing whatever it takes to get an a grade from the gun lobby that funds their campaigns or giving parents some peace of mind when they drop their child off for first grade. >> you have the president saying ask some of the members of congress. today we have a laundry list of representatives who would say no as the president posed a ban on assault weapons. no to a ban on the high capacity magazine clips. if you ask why, they would say it's our second amendment right to own these things. those are the solid answers we have to that question the president posed. >> the white house knew that before the president stood up with president biden and they could have decided to go short instead of go big. they ended up going big. i'm glad they did because
. we've got microsoft here. there we go. it's still down, however. sold 60 million windows 8 loy senses. no details on the surface sales. that's something else people may ask on the license call. at&t, strong on the bottom line, and actually missed on both the earnings for the same quarter last year. they said they saw smartphone fans, activated 18.6 iphones and 26% were new at&t sub subscribers. timely, starbucks pretty much matched at 57 cents. revenues a bit light. operating margins came in at 7.3%. china and asia same store sales better than expected. sees fiscal 2013 revenue growth of approximately 17 to 13% and that's shy of what the street is look for. >> thanks so much for rounding it all up. as you say, the digestion continues. the amazing thing about the louder stock market it's all headed from the top of 705 a share all the way down to 450 today. a will losing $226 billion in market sap since its high with the dow now point away from it all-"time." >> he's not sure tim cook is getting it right. todd hesselton, senior editor of mobile at technobuffy will. he says it's just ove
. the teen courageous loy fought back. he then ran away. a man who lives hereby heard the girl yelling. >> i'm thinking it was the kids going to school, but then i said, it was too early to go to school and i never thought about it. >> reporter: please searched three areas, and they're live here, i'm shomari stony, news4. >>> we're waiting a verdict tonight for a former ploirs accused of killing his girlfriend. jackie bensen is live outside the courthouse, where the jury is deliberating right now. jackie? >> reporter: i can tell you we sat through very moving closing arguments. many members of the victims' family sobbed quietly. the closing arguments came down to this. one of the prosecutors called former d.c. police officers richmond phillips, quote, a liar, a cheat, and an abuser of women. he went on to say -- and the evidence showed he is also a murderer. now, phillips' own attorney said my client is a thoroughly unlikable guy, a liar, a cheat and a womanizer. but, he went on to say, the evidence does not show that he's a murderer. the prosecution relied heavily on surveillance camera, an
for not providing awe pill loy. what is interesting, the former aig chief hank greenberg said, wait a second. we have fifth amendment rights. starr international is a investor in aig. he says they took private property for public use. this became a back door bailout for goldman sachs. ashley: that's right. >> and for deutsche bank and societe generale. ashley: the interest rate for aig a lot higher than -- >> new york fed by the way saying there is no merit to the allegations. aig had alternative choice, bankruptcy. big fight going on. sandra: it continues. liz macdonald we'll continue to follow that story. ashley: thank you, emac. mcdonald's getting a name change. sandra: huh? ashley: we'll tell you where. in a minute, bruce. good day. ♪ . music is a universal language. but when i was in an accident... i was worried the health care system spoke a language all its own with unitedhealthcare, i got help that fit my life. information on my phone. connection to doctors who get where i'm from. and tools to estimate what my care may cost. so i never missed a beat. we're more than 78,000 people looki
finney, u.s. ambassador to singapore, frank laughin, and politico's lois romano. jay rockefeller was a once a future president of the united states. when he first bought that seat, and he really did at the time -- he spent $10 million on the u.s. senate seat. at the time, that was a -- >> huge. >> chuck, he spent more money on tv ads outside of west virginia than his republican opponent spent inside west virginia. he was buying -- >> washington, d.c. >> 5% gets you that one panhandle county or two counties. >> at most, he was one of those democrats that thought, i'm not going to run in 'the 2 for president. i'll wait until '96, we'll let these little guys like bill clinton run. >> missed the opportunity. but when they arrived, they arrived with a big bang, would have parties at their house. >> they were going to be a big deal. >> exactly. they were going to make a footprint. >> they were. and there was this thought that the rockefeller -- he was going to be the rockefeller that was going to make it to the white house. karen, i want to shift gears a little bit here, put you a litt
markets. at loy of fear and talk about waiting for the pull backand i'll go in then. the danger is you'll miss the entire market waiting for the significant pullback. >> look where we are right now. robert, have some high worth investors already missed the boat on the january ral? >> no question they have. when i talk to wealthy investors, what they really wanted to do in the past year is reduce volatility in their portfolio after what we went through in the crisis, and they accept the fact that in exchange for reducing volatility, they are going to miss some of the big market ral his. so where they are putting their money, alternative investments where it's more stable, it's property and hard assets, things that won't move as wildly as stocks, and, you know, for right now they are accepting the fact that they are giving up some upside in exchange for that. we'll see if that real continues and whether that mindset will change or not. >> that's interesting because they are not necessarily going for equities as robert is reporting. real estate is a great home for their money. >> that's r
: lois claiborne was one of several dropping off flowers at this roadside memorial today. she said there is a deeper message in officer yung's pass. >> we only live once. i think we need to just care about everybody and just love everybody and be nice. >> reporter: we saw groups of officers stop by just to reflect. not only from prince william county but other departments, too. they lined the street and shared a few words. officer young was a seven-year veteran at the department. he was killed monday while responding to an accident. his motorcycle hit you this minivan and caught on fire. the driver and passenger of the van survived. outside the garfield eastern district a shroud police car and motorcycle. he knew his fallen colleague well. >> one of the best guys on the department. >> reporter: which is why the officer is not surprised to see the outpring of is port on social media and around the nation. >> i mean, we heard from agencies from california to florida. you know. law enforcement is a tight-mitt family and -- you know, no matter where you are in the country or in the wor
in senior political reporter for politico, lois romano, whose article details this year's inauguration. good to see you. you interviewed steve kerrigan, the guy in charge of the inauguration committee. you write that his mandate is to create an event with less dazzle, celebrity and hysteria that defined the first inauguration. how does he do that? >> well, the first thing you do is announce that there's only two balls, and that the president's really going to be spending his time laying wreaths at arlington and doing days of service and you know, encourage people around the country to do their days of service. he got a lot of push-back from that and so now they're explaining that it's not exactly two balls, it's more like six because it's in the convention center which can house 35,000, 40,000 people. >> in fact, they are expecting 40,000. you write one of the best-kept secrets in town is that the one public inaugural ball will be a doozy, with upward of 40,000 partying in a single bachanalia under one roof at the washington convention center. anybody can go? >> no. believe it or not, 35,000
, anita loy -- can you hear now? pardon my flu-impacted voice. but we want to welcome nita loy as a ranking member of the committee. she has been a hard worker and fair and impartial colleague when it comes to doing the right thing. so welcome to this new chore. we had a great relationship with your predecessor, norm dicks, and i look forward to the same kind of relationship with nita, to return the committee's work to the regular order, and to be sure that people have their opportunity to impact whatever legislation we're considering. we're here, of course, to present legislation providing urgently needed funding for hurricane sandy, relief and recovery. there's no point in trying to thoroughly explain why it's crucial that we consider and pass this legislation. given the size and the scope of the devastation caused by the storm. it's clear that recovery from this terrible hurricane will take months and years even, not days and weeks. and thousands of victims are currently awaiting much-needed assistance. what you have already provided, however, in the regular disaster relief
. the first 18 months, we are going to see some action on those news. lois from new york. >> i am going to turn the phone down. i was listening to you. i was thinking about the things you thought president obama has done so well. i thought he was in my dreams? i just finished saying everything. i think he has done a great job on all of that. i remember, bill, when he first came to. i remember him signing the legislation into law where women could get equal pay for equal work. >> that was the first one, first one he signed. >> i remember when i was in college my approvesor was old them and said women were getting 77%. i was thinking my god and to see that. i am happy about that. >> yeah. yeah. absolutely, lowis. i should have mentioned that. the lilly ledbetter act. again, so we are acting at the obstacles he had to overcome, it's amaidsing he got as much done as he did. >> this is "the bill press show." going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them
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